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2017

 
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July 25

Wild Harvest: Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Eastern Sierra
Join Trail Ambassador Astra on the Parker Bench Trail just outside of June Lake for an interpretive hike introducing basic edibles and medicinals. Going up a few steep switchbacks, this hike will cross in and out of a riparian corridor and explore the differences in wetland and desert plants. Astra is an amateur plant lover who was introduced to foraging while living in the Pacific Northwest. In this hike, she'll share what she knows about the Sierra's wild plants, indigenous plant uses, and good foraging practices.

     
 
July 27-29

Unbound Chamber Music Festival
Hosted by the Felici Trio and Chamber Music Unbound, the Unbound Chamber Music Festival brings a variety of esteemed musicians to Mammoth Lakes for two weekends of performances. From strings concerts to piano recitals, the performances will excite classical music lovers and guests looking for an evening to enjoy the performing arts. Tickets for the events are available at The Booky Joint, online at ChamberMusicUnbound.org or at the door 45 minutes before performances begin. Purchase individual event tickets or a pass to attend multiple performances. Programming for the second weekend of the festival includes:

Thursday, July 27  "The Hills Are Alive," with LA Phil concertmaster Martin Chalifour, the Felici Piano Trio, violist Nokuthula Ngwenyama and cellists Emilio and Cara Colón performing music by Saint-Saens, Arthur Foote and works for cello ensemble

Friday, July 28  "Searching High and Low," with LA Phil concertmaster Martin Chalifour, violinist David Porter, cellist Thomas Loewenheim, the Felici Piano Trio and the festival crew performing music by Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Dvorak

Saturday, July 29 matinee  A piano recital with Vedrana Subotic featuring music by Beethoven; evening performance  "So Long, Farewell," with the Felici Piano Trio
Phone: 760-934-7015
Web site: felicitrio.com/unbound.html

     
 
July 27

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor moving showings on Thursday and Sunday evenings throughout the summer.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
July 27

Public Lands Day
Join Winter Wildlands Alliance and Friends of the Inyo for a rally in support of your public lands. Enjoy BBQ, music, drinks, and trail work demos while speaking out for this land that is OUR land.
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/

     
 
July 27

Trail Work Thursdays
Join Friends of the Inyo's Trail Ambassadors each week for Trail Work Thursdays. Get out for a morning and help clean up and maintain popular high country trails. Bring sturdy shoes, work clothes, food and water. Gloves, tools, and fun provided.

Meet at 8:30 am at the Mammoth Lake Welcome Center parking lot. Be prepared to hike as far as 4 miles. We'll be working on different projects in different locations each week, so it may be a 20 minute drive to the trail head.
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/

     
 
July 28-30

Mammoth Villagefest
The Mammoth VillageFest has been dubbed the "World's Highest Rib Cook-off." This free three-day event takes place at The Village at Mammoth where you can check out delicious dishes from local restaurants vying for the title of Best Ribs, Chicken and Chili. Enjoy concerts each night by world-class musicians, a beer and wine garden, an art walk and much more.
Phone: 760-914-3122
Web site: mammothvillagefest.com/

     
 
July 29

Woolly's Summer Saturdays
Join Woolly every Saturday for a bike ride down the Discovery Trail followed by family fun at the Adventure Center. After the bike ride, Woolly will hang out for face painting and a frozen summer treat. Woolly's Summer Saturdays happens every Saturday from July 2 to September 3 and is for kids of all ages.

12:45 pm - Meet Woolly at the bottom of Discovery Chair 11 for the ride. A ticket is required to participate in the ride. Each child receives a bike race plate for the ride and medal afterwards.
Phone: 800-626-6684
Web site: www.mammothmountain.com/summer/things-to-do/events/event-detail?url=woolly%27s-summer-saturdays&day=3&month=9&year=2016

     
 
July 29

Kids Fishing Festival
Have you even witnessed the joy of a young child catching their first trout or a 5-year-old trying to land a fish half their size? The annual Kids Fishing Festival is a FREE event open to kids 14 and under and takes place at the ponds adjacent to the Snowcreek Resort Rental Office.
Phone: 760-937-2942
Web site: kidsfishfest.com/

     
 
July 30

The Village at Mammoth Movie Series
Come to The Village at Mammoth for outdoor moving showings on Thursday and Sunday evenings throughout the summer.
Phone: 760-924-1575
Web site: villageatmammoth.com/events

     
 
July 30

Muir and Mt. Ritter
Ever wonder what a first known ascent of a 13,000ft peak might feel like? Luckily 19th century mountain man John Muir put his experience into thrilling prose. Join Trail Ambassador Alex as we take in the grandiose view of the Ritter Range and hear about the father of the Sierra Club's mountaineering and general life exploits.

Meet at 10 am at the Minaret Vista parking lot. This is a very short, easy walk to Minaret Vista.
Phone: 760-873-6500
Web site: friendsoftheinyo.org/

     
 
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